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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet
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Suspect in Lyon priest shooting released as police say gunman still at large
There is still no known motive for the shooting. It is not being investigated by anti-terrorism prosecutors, and is being treated as an attempted murder investigation by the Lyon prosecutor's office. Police cordons around the church were removed on Sunday, and the search area was widened to the....
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Paakiwaha Promo Monday 2nd November 2020
Paakiwaha Promo Monday 2nd November 2020 Monday, 2 November 2020, 12:26 pm Press Release: Radio Waatea 603 AM Paakiwaha is an exciting weekly current affairs programme from a Māori perspective. Paakiwaha is hosted today by Dale Husband and broadcast by Radio Waatea with funding from New Zealand on Air.
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France: Suspect in Priest’s Shooting Freed, Search Widens
LYON, France —French police on Sunday released an initial suspect in the of a Greek Orthodox priest and widened their search for the gunman who critically wounded the priest as he closed the door to his official residence at a church in the city of Lyon.
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France steps up manhunt for church gunman after suspect released
A Greek Orthdox priest was injured in the attack on Saturday (Picture: AFP/AP) A manhunt is still underway for the man who gunned down a Greek Orthodox priest in a French church. Police in Lyon have released the initial suspect in the case and widened their search following the incident on Saturday,....
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Suspect in priest shooting freed as French police expand search
The Lyon prosecutor’s office said a man who was arrested shortly after Saturday’s shooting was released after they found no evidence of his involvement, suggesting that the clergyman’s assailant remained at large. The priest remained in critical condition after being shot with a hunting rifle, said....
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French police release suspect in priest's shooting, widen search
French police on Sunday released an initial suspect in the shooting of a Greek Orthodox priest and widened their search for the gunman who critically wounded the priest as he closed the door to his official residence at a church in the city of Lyon. The Lyon prosecutor's office said a man who was....
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Prophet Muhammed cartoons offensive to Christians too: French archbishop
Years after Charlie Hebdo published a series of satirical cartoons of Prophet Muhammed, France is still grappled by violence related to the incident. Recently, there has been an uptick in crimes related to Prophet Muhammed's cartoon, including the beheading of a schoolteacher for showing the....
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Hardline politicians ramp up rhetoric after French church killings
"We are now the hostages of Charlie Hebdo, we are now the hostages of the jihadists," said French sociologist François Héran.
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Initial suspect released as French police hunt gunman who shot priest
French police released an initial suspect in the shooting of a Greek Orthodox priest and widened their search for the gunman who critically wounded the priest as he closed the door to his official residence at a church in the city of Lyon. The Lyon prosecutor’s office said a man who was arrested....
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Suspect in Lyon shooting freed by French police, search widens
Police officers examine the entrance of the Orthodox Church where an attacker armed with a sawn-off shotgun wounded an Orthodox priest in a shooting before fleeing, Lyon, France, October 31, 2020. Jeff Pachoud / AFP French police on Sunday released an initial suspect in the shooting of a Greek....
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'Expression on her face will stay with me' - Archbishop breaks down live on air talking about reuniting woman and son separated in Mother and Baby Home
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin choked up on national radio as he described a mother’s first meeting with the grown child she had given up for adoption. T he Catholic primate (75) called for greater openness and enhanced tracing of birth parents and children, in an apparent commentary on last weeks Mother and Baby Homes controversy.
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